Aftermarket success in Japan


20 years of effort pays off

 

The Japanese market is traditionally hard to enter. In recent years Vestas aircoil has been successful with Japanese engine builders for “OEM”, but selling to Japanese ship owners is an altogether different matter. There are cultural and logistical issues to overcome, especially when it is our factory in China carrying out the manufacturing.

Our newly appointed distributor in Japan, Fukuno Internatioinal Ltd are at the heart of our success, and we thank them here formally.

The 20 years of trying refers to our long standing search for the right partner and the right conditions. Now we started!

私たちの日本の友達に感謝

 

 

 


See our Latest News

See the Latest News From Vestas Aircoil

Vestas supplied the Water Mist Catchers for the world’s biggest dual-fuel, low speed ship engine

China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) released the world’s biggest dual-fuel, low–speed engine WinGD X92DF for modern and large vessels. The engine, certificated by BV, is developed by Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD), a subsidiary of CSSC, and manufactured by CSSC-MES Diesel Co., Ltd, a joint venture established by CSSC and Japans Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding. […]

Read more
CHP plant in Kiel ‘Most Modern’ Power Station in Europe operates with Vestas Aircoil a/s charge air coolers

Calling it “Europe’s most modern power station,” local officials celebrated the launch of a gas-engine based combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Kiel, Germany in December 2019. The plant is powered by 20 Jenbacher J920 FleXtra gas engines. The facility of German municipal utility Stadtwerke Kiel is on the eastern shore of the Kieler […]

Read more
Two CHP Plants in Germany will be equipped with a/s coolers

The city of Chemnitz and the energy service provider Eins Energie in Sachsen will set up two new CHP plants. The two plants, MHKW Nord and Altchemnitz, will be operated with seven and five MAN gas engines of type 20V35/44G TS respectively, each with an electrical output of 12.6 MW. The new CHP plants will […]

Read more